What makes this floor cleaning robot stand out from the crowd? HOBOT LEGEE 688 vacuum mop robot has a system to automatically spray washing liquid directly onto the floor. Most hybrid vacuum mop cleaners utilize one nozzle for wet cleaning. HOBOT LEGEE 688 vacuum mop robot has two nozzles installed on the bottom of the vacuum cleaner that are responsible for uniform wetting. In addition, the HOBOT LEGEE 688 washer has a unique, patented Fast Brush system, consisting of two separate moving parts, to which cleaning attachments (microfiber pads) are attached. This type of washing completely imitates the movement of human hands when washing the floor.
The base for charging the robot vacuum mop cleaner is equipped with a special mount that attaches to the wall. When the robot vacuum mop cleaner returns to recharge, it does not move the base from its place. Such fastening is not provided by manufacturers of similar robots. The delivery set includes everything you need to use the device for 24 months, saving money on the purchase of additional accessories that are also available if needed.
Looking at the robot vacuum mop cleaner from below, one notices that two caterpillar drives are responsible for its movement, and not round wheels. This provides for high contact with the surface and completely eliminates slippage on wet floor. There are also two separate moving parts, to which cleaning attachments (microfiber pads) are installed with Velcro. Nozzles for supplying cleaning liquid or water are located between these two blocks. The HOBOT LEGEE 688 vacuum mop robot is equipped with a long-reach single side brush, which is designed to clean debris from walls and corners. The height of LEGEE 688 vacuum mop robot is only 3.75 inches, which significantly expands the range of its application, including cleaning under furniture and in hard-to-reach places.
Home Robot LLC
Home Robot LLC
217 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE
Fort Walton Beach
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